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Glendale-Mtn View Annual Craft Fair

The Glendale Mountain View Community Learning Center presents its annual Craft Fair on Friday December 9th 2016.  
Parents, students and community members are invited to join us to enjoy seasonal fun at the annual fair which will feature handmade crafts from local Glendale residents and other local artists. Come and learn about the different programs and resources available at the Community Learning Center!

When: 3:00–7:00 PM
Where: Glendale-Mountain View CLC, 1388 South Navajo Street. (Between Mt. View and Glendale schools)

El Centro Communitario de Glendale Mountain View

Los invita a la tercera feria anual de Arte y Manualidades. Exhibiendo arte y manualidades hechas por residentes de Glendale y otros artistas locales.

Tambien venga y aprenda mas sobre los diferentes programas y servicios que ofrece el Centro communitario de Glendale Mountain View.

Fecha: 9 de diciembre del 2016
Hora: 3:00-7:00 PM
Lugar: Glendale-Mountain View CLC, 1388 South Navajo St. (Entre las escuelas Mt. View y Glendale).

 

December Curriculum Focus: The Arts @ Glendale

Glendale Middle School has a long history of involvement in the Arts. We actively encourage our students to express and practice their talents through the mediums of dance, music, visual arts and drama. This month at Glendale as we recognize the diverse seasonal traditions of our communities, we invite parents,students and community members to join us in celebration as Glendale presents its annual Choir, Band and Piano performances.  Glendale Arts teachers Liz Tabish, Paul Daraban, Anna Cole, Robyn Munro and Jennifer Timpson-Shiba work hard year round to help students prepare and present their work. Please take a moment to view student work in the display cases in the Commons Area on your way to the Auditorium for student performances. 

The concert and recital schedules are published on the school calendar.

November Curriculum Focus - Latinos In Action

On October 25th Glendale’s Latinos in Action students hosted their annual Haunted House at the Sorensen Center Halloween Carnival. Just in time to get into the spirit of Dias de los Muertos and Halloween, Glendale students pitched in to design, create and act in the Haunted House Spooktacular held at at the Sorenson Unity Center.  Glendale families and community members showed strong support for the event and the Haunted House had over 500 visitors.  Latinos in Action teacher-leader Dane Hess was on hand throughout the process to help and support Glendale students. “The program really inspires students to get out and work in the community, build relationships and develop their individual talents...our students did a great job.” he commented.

Student Council Fundraiser

Student Council members held a Cookie Bar to raise funds for upcoming events. Students and faculty had the opportunity to purchase delicious cookies with a variety of colorful frosting flavors during both lunches in the Commons area.

 

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